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work for hire

noun appointed sub-author, deleeated author
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history of the work made for hire doctrine is necessary.
The work made for hire doctrine, which now asserts that an employer
If that is the case, then the writing requirement of the second prong of the work made for hire statute will be satisfied.
In determining whether any work is eligible to be considered a work made for hire under paragraph (2), neither the amendment contained in section 1011(d) of the IPCORA of 1999 .
However, if the Court adopted the "right to control" definition for "employee," [section] 101 (2) would be redundant because a work such as "answer material for a test" would already be a work made for hire under [section] 101(1), the employee section.
Advance Relocation & Storage, (70) recognize and attempt to solve the difficulties arising from the application of the agency test in the work made for hire area.
122) On the other hand, it has been argued that a constitutional requirement of originality cannot apply to all uses of the term "author" in the Copyright Act, since the employer, as author of a work made for hire, need not have supplied any of the originality herself.
1990) (establishing that house plans were not a work made for hire before considering the possibility that M.
When a work is anonymous, pseudonymous, or a work made for hire, the copyright endures for 75 years from first publication or 100 years from creation, whichever comes first.
In the case of a work made for hire, the employer or other person for whom the work was prepared is considered the author and, unless expressly agreed otherwise in a written instrument signed by the parties, the author owns all of the rights in the copyright.
The second context (which applies to only certain kinds of works) requires a written agreement that the work will be treated as a work made for hire and results in copyright ownership by the hiring party.